Taking Shots: The Photography of William S Burroughs

 
 

THIS EVENT ENDED ON THE 30TH MARCH 2014

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17th January 2014 until 30th March 2014
 

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Taking Shots: The Photography of William S Burroughs Focusing solely on American Beat author William S Burroughs' photographic work, the exhibition at the Photographers' Gallery reveals a visual counterpart to his 'cut-up' writing style. The controversial writer's work, which often drew on his own experiences as a heroin addict living in London, Paris, Berlin and Mexico City, was fragmented and non-linear in style and this approach can be seen in his other artistic endeavours, including his photography. For his photo collages, Burroughs would arrange images together and photograph them, then cut some of the images up and repeat the process. "He is quite well known for his 'cut-up' technique [in his writing], cutting up sentences and mixing them all up, then reconfiguring them into something else," says Clare Grafik, head of exhibitions at The Photographers' Gallery. "I guess thats what he was doing visually with his collages."

 

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The Photographers' Gallery - Britain's leading centre for contemporary photography - emerged from a 3.6 million pound redesign in May 2012 revealing the work of Irish architects O'Donnell and Tuomey. Relocating from Great Newport Street, its home for the past 27 years, to occupy a former warehouse built in Ramilies Street in 1910, The Photographers' Gallery has three floors of galleries, a studio floor for education activities, a bookshop, cafe and print sales space. More about Photographers' Gallery

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My Favourite Photograph: TalkMy Favourite Photograph: TalkIan will talk about a photograph of a group of young mods taken in Carnaby St. in the early 1980s.29th August 2014Friday 29th August 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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My Favourite Photograph: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  Friday 29th August 2014 - 1pm
VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
Ian will talk about a photograph of a group of young mods taken in Carnaby St. in the early 1980s.
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Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
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Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
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Primrose: Russian Colour PhotographyPrimrose: Russian Colour PhotographyPrimrose: Russian Colour PhotographyOver 140 works - landscapes, portraits, Soviet propaganda, avant-garde and reportage photography - from the 20th-century, many never before seen in the UK, give a retrospective of colour experiments and developments in Russian photography over the course of a century. Spanning the 1860s through to the 1980s, works by photographers and artists inclu29th August 2014Sunday 19th October 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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Primrose: Russian Colour Photography
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Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston AnatomyLorenzo Vitturi: Dalston AnatomyAn installation of still-life arrangements inspired by Dalston's Ridley Road Market, using raw materials, sculptural forms and photographs.29th August 2014Sunday 19th October 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
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Dalston AnatomyDalston AnatomyLorenzo Vitturi's art installation is inspired by the vibrancy of Dalston's Ridley Road Market, and consists of found objects and photographs of the streetscape.29th August 2014Sunday 19th October 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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The Walking Reading Group: Market WalkThe Walking Reading Group: Market WalkA discussion of themes from Lorenzo Vitturi's exhibition will form the base of the walk.30th August 2014Saturday 30th August 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
A discussion of themes from Lorenzo Vitturi's exhibition will form the base of the walk.
Poetry EventPoetry EventSam Berkson with invited Dalston-based poets. Sam will perform the piece in Lorenzo Vitturi's book, Dalston Anatomy, as well as other material he has written about Ridley Road Market.4th September 2014Thursday 4th September 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
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Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions | PRICING  Free  
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
The photographer's debut solo UK exhibition, following her 2008 series Domestic Vacations, which continues to explore her interest in the harmony and disarray of everyday life.
Lorenzo Vitturi: Photo ShockLorenzo Vitturi: Photo ShockThe photographer and sculptor living and working between London and Milan has constructed a market stall-cum-photobooth to have your portrait taken.6th September 2014Saturday 6th September 2014 Where:
Photographers' Gallery, 16-18  Ramillies Street      W1F 7LW
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PRICING  Free, adv booking essential
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VENUE  Photographers' Gallery 
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